Aerodynamic Design Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 – Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 is a sport-style car that has two seats weighing only 2,330 pounds. Lotus will make only 60 units of the Exige Cup 380. The 2017 Lotus Exige Cup 380 gets a more extreme aero package designed to increase downforce to a maximum of 440 lb, produced at a top speed of 175 mph.
Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 with better design aerodynamics and less weight. Rear tires are wider than Sport 380 at 285 mm. The Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 also has two-way adjustable shocks and adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars. With stability control can be adjusted to the needs of the driver. The car is stopped by four-piston brake calipers in all four corners, and a standard steel bar protects the driver.
With speeds reaching 175 mph because the Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 has a revised front bumper and splitter, ventilation above the front wheels, more ventilation behind the rear wheels, and a new rear wing. And on the windshield wipers, the aero is set in a vertical position to help aerodynamics of the Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017.
Many aero elements are made from carbon fiber, this can be found in the interior of the Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017, like on the back of the chair, the standard trim for the seat is Alcantara. In the new development of the Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 it includes a variable traction control function that is connected directly to the ECU and allows the amount of wheel slip to be regulated by the driver.
Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 gets savings derived from the inclusion of many carbon fiber parts besides the doors and seats there is also a side intake, hood, front splitter, side sills. The Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017 also removes the gas buffer for the hold to save 2.2 pounds. And if that’s not enough, you can save 2.2 pounds more by choosing an optional HVAC and surround air vent, and 22 pounds with an optional exhaust system.
Power in the 2017 Lotus Exige Cup 380 comes from the famous 3.5-liter V-6 engine sourced from Toyota and reaches 375 horsepower, with an engine mated to a standard 6-speed manual transmission. This combination will make the car reach 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds and keep going until it reaches a maximum of 175 mph.
Aerodynamic Design Lotus Exige Cup 380 2017